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Do not forget in the Light what you learned in the Darkness ….

June 9, 2020 | By | No Comments

American author, Joseph Bayly wrote, “Don’t forget in the darkness what you learned in the light.” A statement intended to give us courage in hard times, reminding us that the truths we knew in the light still hold true in the darkest of times when they are harder to see and feel. Words to give hope.

But what if we shifted that sentiment?   

We are halfway through 2020. January came with its usual somber chill. But we knew spring was just around the corner and with it would come warmth and growth and gathering. This spring however, brought us a different picture. Rather than the welcome we had become accustomed to, spring came rolling in with a global pandemic. Instead of excitement for the new and warm and beautiful, we were met with fear and isolation. Darkness.  

And then, while we were captured in our homes, unable to move away from the social media and news outlets that had kept us company these past months, we watched in horror and sorrow as a human life was snuffed out. Right before our eyes. As the days since have unfolded, the devastation of systemic racism that has long plagued our land exploded. Darkness.   Read More

Building the Dry Bones Inner Sense of “Home”

November 10, 2015 | By | One Comment

Being at home is not the same as being in a house. However, the brick and mortar structure provides spaces that represent different parts of being at “home.” If we think about Dry Bones as if it were a house and the rooms of the house for their different uses and functions, we can lay out the work of Dry Bones like we lay out the rooms of the house.

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